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2017 is poised to be a year of incredible opportunity and excitement for developers. As we look to build upon the successes and momentum seen in the past year – with mass consumer adoption of new technologies, proliferation of connected and intelligent devices that are ‘always on’, and breakthroughs in fields such as machine learning, speech and visual recognition and autonomous vehicles – in many ways it feels like it’s 2007 at the dawn of the smartphone, but with numerous game-changing technologies instead of one.
In our quest to simplify heterogeneous programming for you, we’ve released a C++11/14 compiler and libraries for convolutional networks. Download the Qualcomm® Hexagon™ SDK 3.1 to start working with them.
How can we transform the hardware that we already have around us? Qualcomm® Developer of the Month Nikos Fragoulis has some interesting answers.
We can connect more devices than ever. Perhaps the defining character of the Internet of Things boom will come from new kinds of ‘intelligence’ we can give our Things. Embedded and in the cloud, machine learning techniques are bringing new possibilities to our mobile devices.
At the end of November, Amazon hosted its re:Invent developer conference which included the launch of AWS Greengrass, a new service designed for Internet of Things (IoT) devices to help them deliver better and smarter compute capabilities.
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